Egypt’s military fill its pockets from Washington

The Generals in Cairo told the American Embassy that they would let the son of Hosni Mubarak take over Power in Egypt.

Honsi Mubarak is not the ruler of Egypt, but rather the US dollars that goes to the military.

A senior Egyptian politician told an American diplomat in July 2009 [09CAIRO1468] that the military would safeguard a “constitutional transition of power” and implied the armed forces would support Gamal Mubarak, the son of current president Hosni Mubarak.

Dr. Ali El Deen Hilal Dessouki, a former minister in the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP), claimed that even though “the real center of power in Egypt is the military”, they would have “no objection to a civilian” as the next president.

Source: Wikileaks.

My comment:

That the Generals in Egypt are on the US Payroll, is not a deep big secrets.

The reason why they do not longer obey President Mubarak, is surely that they know that He will not give them bread and butter.

Washington has most likely told the Egyptian Generals to do both:

1. Do not kill the demonstrators.
2. Do not remove President Mubarak.

The problem Washington face, is that there is no one to replace Mubarak. He has effectively used the US payments, to destroy any workable opposition.  And down in the gutter, Radical Islam just wait for the chance of offer their new leadership.

Money corrupt people, up to the leaven of treason and betrayal.

Matthew 27:5-7
So Judas threw the money into the temple and left. Then he went away and hanged himself. The chief priests picked up the coins and said, “It is against the law to put this into the treasury, since it is blood money.

Written by Ivar

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